Seven-year-old Jake Petro, visiting Hilton Head Island from Staten Island, N.Y., cradles the alligator that was wrangled Tuesday by Critter Management after it was found on the beach at Coligny Beach Park.
Seven-year-old Jake Petro, visiting Hilton Head Island from Staten Island, N.Y., cradles the alligator that was wrangled Tuesday by Critter Management after it was found on the beach at Coligny Beach Park. Submitted
Seven-year-old Jake Petro, visiting Hilton Head Island from Staten Island, N.Y., cradles the alligator that was wrangled Tuesday by Critter Management after it was found on the beach at Coligny Beach Park. Submitted

Alligator makes a splash on Hilton Head's Coligny Beach

July 09, 2013 12:33 PM

UPDATED July 09, 2013 08:34 PM

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